Get away to upscale Kusatsu! Enjoy the parks, local cuisine, and more.
Explore plenty to see and do in Kusatsu—restaurants, shopping, and popular sights like Lake Biwa.
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Constructed entirely without nails and built on high poles, this temple is part of a World Heritage Site and offers visitors both beauty and history.
Learn more about the local history when you visit Kyoto Imperial Palace, a well-known historical site in Kyoto. Discover the top-notch restaurants and fascinating museums in this culturally-rich area.
Visit the world of the wealthy and powerful shogun, in this opulent 17th-century castle complex.
In a city known for its temples and other ancient relics, this observation point catches the eye as an example of 20th-century innovation.
This shrine at the base of Inari Mountain is dedicated to the goddess of rice and prosperity. See its thousands of red gates around a network of beautiful trails.
The To-ji Temple is one of the preeminent traditional sites in Kyoto, with exquisite structures, a flea market and the tallest pagoda in the country.
From the serenity of ancient shrines to the electric lights of Akihabara, here are some sustainable tourism tips for being a responsible traveler in Japan.
With its ancient palaces and vibrant cherry blossom, a weekend in Kyoto promises a magical journey to the heart of Japan.
Matcha ice cream, vegan ramen, and a bar hopping Izakaya adventure await you in Kyoto.